Thursday, March 18, 2010

Skyscraper Jigsaw






Skyscraper Jigsaw

It's a beautiful day in the neighborhood...especially after work's done, the car's washed & the sun is setting on another beautiful, warm Spring day.

This snap works for me on several levels. First off, there's a lot of development in my neck o' the woods. Some is atrociously hideous...butt-ugly, one might say. But some, like the reflecting panes of glass above, have an outward beauty all their own.

The building reflects its neighbor, natch. But it also reflects the cobalt blue sky. And look at all the folks who are working late...you can see their flourescent lites dotted thruout the upper tiers of Building Number 1.

It's almost the weekend, y'all...can I have an "Amen" on that one?

30 comments:

Tara R. said...

Amen to being that much closer to the weekend, and amen to this uber cool reflection snap.

Susie said...

That's a really cool shot!!

J Bar said...

Great.
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Ruthibelle said...

nice shot...

Shawn said...

Wow---you are still going strong and look how many followers you have now? Whew! I've been gone a month----but am going to try to get back on track....

Linnea W said...

My favorite: sky shots reflected in buildings! Enjoy the weekend.

Denise said...

Beautiful shot and well written. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am now following you.

cat said...

Oh yeah, Amen! Great shot.

Christina. Sweden said...

Amen, the reflection is great!!
Have a nice weekend

Christina, sweden

Kristin said...

You can get a big fat Amen on that one!

Jenn@ You know... that blog? said...

Wow, great shot!!!

I have no plans for the weekend except sleeping and trying to get rid of this sudden chest cold. I have 3 days next week that I have to sing!!! Doesn't look promising :(

Hope your weekend is fabulous!

Jeanie said...

Lots to see in that great picture...I had to look it at for a while. I'm with you and everyone in saying "amen" to the weekend.

Tracie said...

I love that shot!

PS AMEN!!

Allyson said...

I love that you take pictures of things that no one else would think to take pictures of...like reflections. It's a whole different perspective. I will absolutely give you an Amen on that end of the week thing...although it has turned out to be a very, very bad week for us...at least it's Saturday...although so is Monday and Tuesday and Wednesday...*sigh*. Happy for spring though. Yay for birds and buds and people mowing their grass!

Nance said...

Yes, you can--AMEN! We had state testing all week, and my sophomores, the testees, (make sure that last "e" is in there, LOL) were worthless today. I'm ready for the weekend, and in about another two weeks, ready for SPRING BREAK!

Fierce said...

I don't know how you do it but that is another amazing shot. Oh yeah, and I'm back... again.

:)
xoxo

MsBabyPlan said...

Great photo... simply speechless...

Regina said...

Great reflections!

Happy weekend.

James said...

That is a really nice shot. The square windows give the reflection a cool effect.

Pat said...

Interesting shot on many levels! I like the sun's reflection off the glass, and the outline of the reflecting building.

Rajesh said...

Wow! fantastic reflection.

mbkatc230 said...

Great reflection shot. Love the shape of the reflected building and the sun reflecting toward the bottom. Those lights in the upper levels look like little UFO's! Amen to the weekend here too! Kathy

Mighty M said...

Very cool! I like the reflection, it really does look like good puzzle material.

Halcyon said...

I love these kinds of reflections. Very creative!

Beth Niquette said...

The beauty of this reflection is ethereal--other-worldly.

This photo is wonderful. Truly, it fills my eyes--which is the greatest compliment I can give.

Vicky said...

Very beautiful reflection!!!!

Quasi Serendipita said...

This is lovely. I really like the reflection :)

happilyretired said...

Beautiful capture of the sky in this nifty reflection!
Hugs and blessings,

Kcalpesh said...

This is cool! The picture has creativity written all over it! Nice shot!

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miss jo said...

Kinda reminds me of the "Gold Finger" glass building off Central Expy in 1970s Dallas.

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